The property occupies a prominent trading position in Stockport Town Centre at the junction of Great Underbank and Bridge Street, a short walk from the Merseyway shopping precinct, Warren Street, Princes, Stockport Market Place and the Redrock retail and leisure development on Bridgefield Street.
This former bank premises is a two-storey corner terrace of brick construction beneath a pitched slate roof. The subject of this letting is the ground floor, which offers open plan space suitable for several uses including restaurant, café, retail, office, or bar STP.
The premises benefits from solid concrete floor slabs from floor and ceiling, new 3 phase electricity supply, new commercial gas supply, glazed aluminium shop front to all sides, and a clearance height of 3 metres internally.
The premises can be fitted out to shell and to suit the ingoing tenant.
Other nearby users include the much-lauded restaurant “Where the lights go out”, “The Godless Place” restaurant, plus HSBC bank, NatWest Bank and Clarks Shoe shop to name but a few.
As measured on a net internal basis (NIA) in accordance with the RICS Property Measurement 1st Edition: –
Ground Floor 232.25 Sq. M. 2500 Sq. Ft.
The premises are available on a new effective FRI (fully repairing and insuring) lease for a minimum of 10 years with upward only rent review at the end of the fifth year and all other terms to be agreed.
|Address:||2 Great Underbank|